18th August 2019, Kaohsiung: Xu Zhe-Jia and Su Shu-Wen celebrated a Chinese Taipei double at the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2019 with Xu capturing his maiden tour title while Su won the women's crown for the second straight year.
21st July, 2019 Hong Kong: Newly-crowned 2019 Hong Kong Open Men's champion, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Women's second runner-up, Lara Posadas-Wong of Philippines earned their maiden tour title with victory in the ABF Tour Hong Kong 2019.
23rd June, 2019 Macau: 2019 Macao-China International Open first runners-up, Lee Tak Man of Macau and Milki Ng of Hong Kong made amends by capturing the Men's and Women's titles of the ABF Tour 2019 at COTAI Bowling Centre on Sunday.
17th August, Kaohsiung: Defending champion, Annop Arromsaranon of Thailand successfully defended the Men's Open Masters title of the 19th Kaohsiung International Open while Arianne Tay became the youngest-ever Singaporean to win the Ladies' crown.
16th August, Kaohsiung: Left-handers dominated the Men's Open Round 1 finals of the 19th Kaohsiung International Open as Singapore's Alex Chong won the round ahead of Macau's Lee Tak Man in second and Hong Kong's Ernest Kwok in third.
16th August, Kaohsiung: 2017 Chinese Taipei champion led 2016 champion, Huang Chiung-Yao and two-time winner, Chien Hsiu-Lan to a 1-2-3 finish in the Ladies' Open Round 1 finals of the 19th Koahsiung International on Friday.
28th July, Shanghai: Eighth-seed, Yuma Haraguchi of Japan clinched the 2019 Storm U22 China International Youth Bowling Championships title after defeating seventh-seed, Keith Mark Siu Ki of Hong Kong 2-1 in the final.
28th July, Shanghai: Marcus Tan Wei Hao of Singapore rolled the tournament's first 300 en-route to winning the Round 1 finals of the 2019 Storm U22 China International Youth Bowling Championships to advance into the Round of 16 as topseed.
27th July, Shanghai: Two-hander, Lan Shao-Kang of Chinese Taipei cruised to a comfortable lead in the third and final squad of the qualifying rounds at the 2019 Storm U22 China International Youth Bowling Championships on Saturday evening.
20th July, Hong Kong: Topseeds, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Iliya Syamim of Singapore captured the Men's and Women's Open Masters titles at the concluding 45th Hong Kong International Open on Saturday.
19th July, Hong Kong: Newly-crowned Youth Open Masters champion, Merwin Tan of Philippines and Charmaine Chang of Singapore won the Men's and Women's Open Stage 1 Masters finals of the 45th Hong Kong International Open on Friday evening.
18th July, Hong Kong: Malaysians continued to dominate on the final day of qualifying at the 45th Hong Kong International Open with Tun Hakim shooting the tournament's fourth 300 to lead the Men's Open division and Nur Syazwani Sahar topped the Women's table.
12th July, Hong Kong: Third-seed, Alex Yu captured Hong Kong's first gold medal in the Boy's Masters final of the 20th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships while top-seed, Erina Ishimoto took home Japan's fifth gold in the Girl's division.
11th July, Hong Kong: Triple gold medallist, Hideaki Hata and Naoto Kanno finished one-two in the Boy's Masters finals while Erina Ishimoto topped the Girl's Masters finals of the 20th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships on Thursday.
10th July, Hong Kong: Japan swept the Boy's and Girl's Team of Four gold medals of the 20th Asian School Tenpin Bowling Championships while Hideaki Hata and Naoto Kanno added a third gold and a silver medal in the Boy's All-Events.
22nd June, Macau: Perfect gamer, Shusaku Asato of Japan and Yanee Saebe of Thailand captured the prestigious Men's and Women's Open Masters titles of the 2019 Macao-China International Open which concluded at COTAI Bowling Centre on Saturday.
21st June, Macau: Leung Lok Tin of Hong Kong and 2018 East Asian CHampionships Team silver medallist, Li Qing of China bagged the Men's Grade A and Women's Grade Masters titles of the 2019 Macao-China International Open.
21st June, Macau: 2016 Thailand Open Women chanmpion, Yanee Saebe and Kantaporn Singhabubpha gave Thailand a one-two finish in the Women's Open Round 1 Masters finals of the 2019 Macao-China International Open followed by Hong Kong's Joey Yip in third.
16th June, Manila: 2019 Asian Youth Singles gold medallist, Merwin Tan of Philippines and 2016 World Youth Masters silver medallist, Amabel Chua of Singapore bagged the Men's and Ladies' Open Masters title at the concluding PBF 3rd Philippine International Open.
15th June, Manila: Malaysians dominated the Men's Graded Masters final of the PBF 3rd Philippine International Open by sweeping the top five positions as Abner Loo took the title while Kaygien Itaralde of PBAP captured the Ladies' Graded Masters crown.
15th June, Manila: 2019 Asian Youth Team gold medallist, Jermaine Seah of Singapore snatched victory in the Ladies' Open Masters Round 1 finals of the PBF 3rd Philippine International Open in the final game at Coronado Lanes, Starmall EDSA in Mandaluyong City.